Göteborg, SWEDEN — August 27, 2019 — Patrix AB today announced a new strategic partnership with Aurora North, a leader in delivering IP prosecution software, services and consulting for law firms. The terms of the agreement enable Patrix to more closely integrate its IP case management software with IP prosecution solutions from Aurora North.
Patrix is the developer of Patricia, a leading solution for IP case management and docketing used across the globe by top IP law firms and corporate IP groups. Aurora North is the developer of the PracticeLink IP prosecution suite, which is used by leading IP practices to automate, centralize and integrate patent and trademark prosecution workflow and reporting.
Through closer integration, Patrix and Aurora North will be able to surface information to IP lawyers and staff more quickly and efficiently, reducing the need for practitioners to move back and forth across business software systems, and enabling users to focus on critical tasks.
“At Patrix, we are firmly committed to offering our customers the flexibility to configure their case management workflows to best support how their operations work,” said Mehrdad Assadi, Chief Technology Officer, Patrix. “Through closer collaboration with Aurora North, we’ll be able to extend and enhance many of those workflows to provide more integrated ways of executing matters and more streamlined access to information and reporting for different types of users, stakeholders, and clients.”
The partnership also provides Aurora North consultants with additional options as they deliver IP practice management and assessment services to help align business processes, policies and technology infrastructure.
“Our relationship with Patrix has evolved over the years, as many law firms we work with have asked us to integrate our solutions with Patricia,” said Chris Kave, founder and principal, Aurora North. “By deepening the integration of our systems, we will have more options and flexibility for joint customers who want a consolidated view of all the IP matter information they need, as well as the ability to automate administrative tasks that would otherwise consume precious lawyer and staff hours.”